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A healthy relationship with food

Eating or not eating certain foods doesn’t make us good or bad people, according to the philosophy of intuitive eating. 

The number on the scale doesn’t make us good or bad people—it’s just a number. It’s so much easier to come to these realizations when you aren’t worrying about every bite you put in your mouth.

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"The greatest of follies is to sacrifice health for any other kind of happiness." - Schopenhauer

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